So i have this  stuff called Wolfthorn from Old Spice,and it smells amazing!  It is the best scent I have tried by far.  It's sort of  citrus smell, but with a hint of the classic musk smell to it.  It sticks with you, too.  What is your favorite fragrance and what is it like?

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I'm not really into cologne. I use brooklyn grooming beard oil on my beard and that makes my face smell good. However I do own 2 bottles of cologne and I'd recommend both of them: dude no 1 by mcmc and fresh cannabis Sental.

I use Obsession from Calvin Klein, it's potent..powerful..smells pretty masculine to me 

Well I want to try that WD-40 stuff man, where can i get that! LOL great post N. Vest...you brought a big smile to my face with that one.

I like CHANNEL BLACK for men. It is a nice blend of sweetness and masculinity. The Fragarance HANAE MORI is amazing... for everyday i like POLO BLUE  and for a night with my wife I like L"HOMME by YSL.. there is a great smell called ONYX by Azzaro Pour Homme, not easy to find but a very masculine scent, very sensual. However the most compliments and questions from men and women saying "what are you wearing is smells so good"  always comes when i wear ETERNITY by Calvin Kine. Finally, when i get enough money I plan of buying some of the CREED line of fragrances suppose to be the best, they definitely are the most expensive.. Then of course there is nothing like good old fashion man scent its natural and free to boot! LOL

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